President Donald Trump took to Twitter Wednesday once more to go after Amazon and Jeff Bezos. Susana Victoria Perez (@susana_vp) has more.
Ex-Google engineer James Damore says programs that teach girls coding are “deceitful” because they make it look more people-oriented than it really is.
Fiat Chrysler joins BMW, Intel self-driving car alliance
Amazon's awaited release of PostgreSQL on Aurora sharply raises the stakes in its competition with Oracle. Still in public preview, when will Aurora PostgresSQL go GA, and what can we look forward to in the roadmap? Here are some hints of what we expect.
The cryptocurrency has left our shores to join the world of satellites.
Apple’s ambitions around creating original content seem set to grow: The Wall Street Journal reports that it has a budget of around $1 billion to spend on creating its own programming next year. That’s a budget that begins to approach those of dedicated content creators like HBO, which spent just around twice that last year on its own shows. Apple’s first forays into… Read More
A showdown is looming in the rapidly expanding market for surgical robots
Trump's tweet is part of a string of criticisms he's directed at Amazon, its CEO Jeff Bezos and Bezos' Washington Post.
Tencent, Asia’s highest valued technology company, posted a record quarterly profit of $2.7 billion (18.2 billion RMB) thanks to explosive growth from mobile games. The firm’s profit in Q2 2017 rocketed 70 percent year-on-year on the back of the success of Tencent’s mobile games, particularly smash hit Honour of Kings which claims over 200 million registered users. Honour… Read More
SpaceX’s latest International Space Station Resupply mission has completed its latest step, with the Dragon capsule launched on Monday loaded with over 6,400 pounds of supplies successfully docked. Dragon met up with the ISS early Wednesday morning, roughly 36 hours after launching from Kennedy Space Center aboard a Falcon 9 rocket. The Dragon capsule, whose payload includes… Read More